Einar Tangen on China-ROK-Japan trilateral summit

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It’s been three years since diplomatic tensions ended trilateral talks between China, the Republic of Korea and Japan.

Now, a recent joint declaration is changing that. South Korean President Park Geun-hye hosted Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Seoul.
Amid global uncertainty, the three countries pledged more cooperation in peace, stability and trade across North East Asia. Managing diplomatic differences and restarting the annual talks could have a broader economic impact. The three nations account for 20% of the world’s population and GDP.
CCTV America spoke to current affairs commentator Einar Tangen in Beijing.

Einar Tangen on China-ROK-Japan trilateral summit

Einar Tangen on China-ROK-Japan trilateral summit

It's been three years since diplomatic tensions ended trilateral talks between China, the Republic of Korea and Japan. Now, a recent joint declaration is changing that. South Korean President Park Geun-hye hosted Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Seoul. Amid global uncertainty, the three countries pledged more cooperation in peace, stability and trade across North East Asia. Managing diplomatic differences and restarting the annual talks could have a broader economic impact. The three nations account for 20% of the world's population and GDP. CCTV America spoke to current affairs commentator Einar Tangen in Beijing.
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